NJ Braces for More Snow

Southern Jersey will see some accumulation, but much lighter than the previous storms.

Sunday, Feb 14, 2010  |  Updated 1:00 PM EDT
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Winter Slams into East Coast

Phillip Thompson

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Weather-weary New Jerseyans are bracing for another snowstorm.
    
But forecasters say it won't be as severe as the two nor'easters that socked the state in recent days.

     Those storms combined to drop more than two feet of snow in many areas and knocked out power for tens of thousands of utility customers, including a handful who were still without electricity
 on Sunday afternoon.
    
Snow showers and flurries were possible Monday afternoon, but a more steady snow was expected to start falling Monday night and continue through Tuesday morning.
    
Moderate accumulations were expected in northern and central areas while lighter amounts were predicted in southern areas, where the snow will likely mix with rain.
 

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